How to count in Abenaki (Wôbanakiôdwawôgan), an Eastern Algonquian language spoken in Quebec in Canada, and in Vermont in the USA.
The numbers from one to five have different forms when counting animate (A) and inanimate (InA) nouns.
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|1||pèsəkʷ, pazegwen (InA), pazego (InA)|
|2||nis, nisnol (InA), niswak (A)|
|3||nas, nhenol (InA), nhloak (A)|
|4||iaw, iawnol (InA), iawak (A)|
|5||pálenəskʷ, nonenol (InA), nonnenol (A)|
Hear some Abenaki numbers:
Hear some Western Abenaki numbers (Some of these are different to the numbers above as they are probably in a different dialect of Abenaki)
Abenaki, Algonquin, Arapaho, Atikamekw, Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Cree (Moose), Cree (Plains), Cree (Swampy), Cree (Woods), Ho-Chunk (Winnebago), Innu, Malecite-Passamaquoddy, Menominee, Miami, Mi'kmaq, Mohegan, Naskapi, Ojibwe, Ottawa, Penobscot, Potawatomi, Sauk, Shawnee, Unami (Lenape)
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